I'm really liking the cut, though the bangs are taking some getting used to (and I'm secretly afraid that the style makes me look old; I'll try and post pics tomorrow when I've got WiFi for the iPod). He cut off a lot of hair without killing the length, so it's so much lighter now. I knew people could do that but no one really ever has for me so it was kind of an eye opener.
Without tip but with a bottle of shampoo that he recommended (look, I know they always try the sell but Frank's pretty straight with you. If he didn't think it was going to work, he wouldn't have talked to me about it. Also, it was 40% off.), I spent $65. Which considering that was what some people in Alexandria / Arlington started me at, is really good.
Also, I left work early (40 minutes) because I was afraid of hitting traffic. But I forgot that to get to town it's only 55 minutes (20 extra to get to the house), so I wound up in town an hour a head of schedule. So I took myself to the used bookstore since I have $25 in credit. I left with five books and $15 in credit left. I loved used bookstores for that exact reason.
So, now I'm now going to go open a bottle of cider that I thought was pear but only turned out to have a pear on the label (what the hell? At least it's still tasty) and try to get through some e-mails. But with the rain, if I can't get to them tonight, I'll be hitting them pretty hard tomorrow.